mic_888 · Feb 26, 2011 at 12:00 am

GMarks – Calling For Translators!

XDA forum member tomstrummer calling out for community support to help translate the free app, GMarks for Android.

The Google Bookmarks for Android app is free and open-source and is 100% Ad-free. It enables you to sync, backup and import browser bookmarks to Google Bookmarks. Other features of the app include a live folder for any bookmark label, background sync, and global search integration.

Currently, the XDA member has offers or completed translations for Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Danish, Polish, Turkish, Serbian, French, Greek, German, Hebrew, Catalan, Swedish, Lithuanian and Slovak.

If you feel you have something to offer, head on over to the forum thread to offer your services or check out GMarks in the Market.

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Emil Kako · Mar 1, 2015 at 04:12 pm · no comments

Samsung Galaxy S6 VS HTC One M9: Which Do You Prefer?

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Mario Tomás Serrafero · Mar 1, 2015 at 04:04 pm · 1 comment

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Chris Gilliam · Mar 1, 2015 at 03:59 pm · 1 comment

Samsung Galaxy S6 Cameras

Each year, smartphone makers attempt to one-up each other in features and specs, but time and again these improvements feel incremental rather than revolutionary. Samsung hopes to break this trend with a new hardware and software design philosophy, and press details of the new-and-improved cameras shared by the S6 and S6 Edge show that they are off to a great start. Once you get past the curved displays and wraparound Gorilla Glass 4, the most striking feature on these slabs is the...

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